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TUIANE DIVERSITY 
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CLASS OF 2008 

T-WAVE 

VOLUME XXII 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 



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Dear classmates, 



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It's hard to believe that four years have gone by so quickly. It seems like only yesterday that we gathered in 
the Radisson auditorium, donned our white coats for the first time, and announced why we chose to become 
physicians. Brought together from diverse backgrounds, we developed friendships, adjusted to the workload, and 
survived our first rite of passage — anatomy lab. It was during this year that we discovered the true meaning of 
the phrase "work hard, play hard," and fell in love with the laissez-faire attitude of New Orleans and the Tulane 
community. Who could foresee the challenges that lay ahead? 

After only three weeks of second year, we suddenly found ourselves displaced throughout the country, uncertain 
of our fate. Yet, the strength of the Tulane community withstood the test of nature, and thanks to the hospitality 
of Baylor College of Medicine, we relocated to Houston and began anew. Though we missed the culture of 
New Orleans, and yearned to participate in the rebuilding efforts, we preserved the spirit of the Big Easy while 
acclimating to life in Texas. Needless to say, we were all extremely enthusiastic about returning to New Orleans 
to finally put our knowledge to use on the wards. The next year and a half was a blur of rounding, pimping, 
studying, and interviewing, before we reached the pinnacle of medical school and celebrated the "most expensive 
vacation of our lives." 

The time for us to take on the responsibilities associated with the title "doctor" has arrived. From this day 
forwards, there will be no more preceptors, no more shadowing, no more cosigned notes. We assume this role 
with confidence and recognize that none of us is "the imposter." We trained at one of the greatest medical 
institutions in the country and survived a natural disaster of epic proportions. Our resolve has been tested. Our 
dedication to medicine has been challenged. But we have persevered and we are stronger because of the trials 
we have overcome. We are passionate about our chosen path, and no form of adversity can prevent us from 
assuming our role as healers. We will carry the spirit of Tulane with us throughout our careers. 

Congratulations. Good luck with all of your future endeavors. We hope that one day we will once again head 
to the Quarter, reminisce about old times and share stories of the things we have done, while sipping on New 
Orleans' most beloved cocktail — the hurricane. 




"Laissez les bons temps rouler!" 
Jim and Ari, Yearbook Editors 



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Tulane University Medical Center 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

Office of Admissions SL67 

1430 Tulane Avenue 

New Orleans, Louisiana 701 12-2699 

(504) 588-5187 Fax: (504) 988-6735 

October 30, 2003 



Dear Class of 2008, 

I take great pleasure in informing you of your appointment to the first-year medical class at the 
Tulane University School of Medicine, to enter in August of 2004. 1 sincerely hope that you will 
accept our invitation to take your medical training at Tulane and look forward to having you join us. 

In order to reserve your place in the class, we must receive, within the next two weeks, written 
notification of your intent to accept our invitation. At anytime between now and May 1 5, 2004, we 
must receive a check, payable to the Tulane Educational Fund, in the amount of $500; this deposit 
will be credited against your first tuition billing. Please understand this deposit is non-refiindable and 
should indicate your final decision to attend Tulane University School of Medicine. We ask that 
should you decide not to attend Tulane, you inform us in writing so that we can maintain an accurate 
accounting of our class. 

I am sure you will understand that your appointment is contingent upon successful completion of the 
academic program in which you are currently enrolled, and maintenance of the level of academic 
performance that was part of the basis for your acceptance. A final transcript of your grades must be 
forwarded to this office as soon as your school year ends. 

You will be receiving additional information concerning summer programs, combined-degree 
programs, and other topics of interest as the year progresses. I and others at the medical school will 
try to keep you well informed of all important or interesting topics. 

On behalf of the students, faculty, and administration at Tulane, I bid you a most enthusiastic 
welcome. If I can be of service to you in any way, please feel free to call upon me. 

Sincerely yours, 




Joseph C. Pisano, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean 

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I swear by Apollo the physician, and Asclepius, and Hygieia and Panacea 
and all the gods and goddesses as my witnesses, that, according to my ability 
and judgement, I will keep this Oath and this contract: 

To hold him who taught me this art equally dear to me as my parents, to be 
a partner in life with him, and to fulfill his needs when required; to look 
upon his offspring as equals to my own siblings, and to teach them this art, if 
they shall wish to learn it, without fee or contract; and that by the set rules, 
lectures, and every other mode of instruction, 1 will impart a knowledge of 
the art to my own sons, and those of my teachers, and to students bound by 
this contract and having sworn this Oath to the law of medicine, but to no 
others. 

I will use those dietary regimens which will benefit my patients according 
to my greatest ability and judgement, and I will do no harm or injustice to 
them. 

I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a 
plan; and similarly I will not give a woman a pessary to cause an abortion. 

In purity and according to divine law will I carry out my life and my art. 

I will not use the knife, even upon those suffering from stones, but I will 
leave this to those who are trained in this craft. 

Into whatever homes I go, I will enter them for the benefit of the sick, avoiding 
any voluntary act of impropriety or corruption, including the seduction of 
women or men, whether they are free men or slaves. 

Whatever I see or hear in the lives of my patients, whether in connection with 
my professional practice or not, which ought not to be spoken of outside, I 
will keep secret, as considering all such things to be private. 

So long as I maintain this Oath faithfully and without corruption, may it be 
granted to me to partake of life fully and the practice of my art, gaining the 
respect of all men for all time. However, should I transgress this Oath and 
violate it, may the opposite be my fate. 



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Natasha Afonso 

Pediatrics 

NYP Hospital 

Weill Cornell Medical Center 

New York, New York 

Daniel Anderson 

Medicine Preliminary' 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Erik Anderson 

Medicine Preliminary 

Boston University Med. Center 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Anesthesiology 

Brigham & Womens Hospital 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Jesse Bandle 

Surgery' 

Naval Medical Center 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

Sarah Banner 

Pediatrics 

Univ. of Washington Affiliated 

Hospitals 

Seattle, Washington 

Jeffrey Barrett 

Family Medicine 

Oregon Health & Science 

University 

Portland, Oregon 

Brad Bawcom 

PGl Internal Medicine 

SAUSHEC 

San Antonio, Texas 
Anesthesiology 

SAUSHEC 

San Antonio, Texas 

Thomas Bice 

Internal Medicine 

Mayo School of Graduate 
Medical Education 
Rochester, Minnesota 

Emily Birdsall 

Family Medicine 

Univ. of Utah Affiliated Hosp. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 



Christopher Bonzon 

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 
Univ. of N. Carolina Hospitals 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

Laura Borchert 

Emergency Medicine 

Yale - New Haven Hospital 
New Haven, Connecticut 

Kimberly Boswell 

Emergency Medicine 

Univ. of Maryland Med. Center 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Brian Brennan 

Transitional 

Dwight D. Eisenhower Army 

Medical Center 

Ft. Gordon, Georgia 

Timothy Brennan 

Internal Medicine 

Georgetown University Hosp. 
Washington, DC 

Lauren Brian 

Internal Medicine 

Wake Forest Baptist Med. Center 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Susan Brim 

Emergency Medicine 
UC San Francisco 
San Francisco, California 

Robert Bruce 

Internal Medicine 

Univ. of South Alabama 
Mobile, Alabama 

Chevelle Brudey 

Medicine - Psychiatry 

Emory Univ. School of Medicine 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Tshawnda Burke 

Pediatrics 

Naval Medical Center 
San Diego, California 

Irene Caillouet 

General Surgery 

Virginia Commonwealth 
Univ. Health Systems 
Richmond, Virginia 



Robert Carruthers 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Massachusetts General Hospital 

Boston, Massachusetts 
Neurology 

Massachusetts General Hospital 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Wendy Chang 

Obstetrics - Gynecology 

Univ. of Illinois College of Medicine 
Chicago, Illinois 

Meaghan Combs 

Family Medicine 

Univ. of Wisconsin Sch. of Medicine 
Madison, Wisconsin 

Mollie Dahlgren 

Internal Medicine 

Massachusetts General Hosp. 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Aladino De Ranieri 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Rush University Medical Center 
Chicago, Illinois 

Annelies De Wulf 

Emergency Medicine 
LSU School of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Jeffrey Delia Volpe 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Austin DeRosa 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Emory Univ. School of Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Urology 

Emory Univ. School of Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Melissa DeVito 

General Surgery 

Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Craig DiTommaso 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Physical Medicine &. Rehabilitation 

Baylor College of Medicine 

Houston, Texas 



David Ecker 

Internal Medicine 
NYU School of Medicine 
New York, New York 

Meryle Eklund 
Radiology - Preliminary 

Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Radiology - Diagnostic 

Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Kyle Fargen 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Univ. of Florida College of Medicine 

Gainesville, Florida 
Neurosurgery 

Univ. of Florida College of Medicine 

Gainesville, Florida 

Dana Faw 

Internal Medicine 

UC Irvine Medical Center 
Orange, California 

Christopher Federico 

Obstetrics - Gynecology 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Elisabeth Ferlic 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Mayo Clinic - Scottsdale 

Scottsdale, Arizona 
Urology 

Mayo Clinic - Scottsdale 

Scottsdale, Arizona 

Kimberly Fischer 

Surgery 

National Naval Med. Center 
Bethesda, Maryland 

Jordan Fishman 

General Surgery 

UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical 

School 

Newark, New Jersey 

Lisa Fox 

Internal Medicine 

Univ. of Minnesota Medical Sch. 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Alessandrina Freitas 

General Surgery 

Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Psychiatry 

Univ. ot North CaroUna Hosp. 
Chapol Hill, North Carolina 

Thomas Gage 

Pathology 

Beth Israel Deaconess Med. Center 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Shane Gaihishas 

Otolaryngolo),'y 

Univ. ot Wisconsin Hosp. &. Clinic 
Madison, Wisconsin 



Jennifer Galjour 

Emergency Medicine 
Mt. Sinai Hospital 
New York, New York 



Deirdre Garry 

Pediatrics 

Univ. of Chicago Med. Center 
Chicago, Illinois 

Misty Ghere 

General Surgery 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

James Giddings 

Emergency Medicine 

Univ. of Connecticut Health Center 
Hartford, Connecticut 

Amanda Goertz 

Family Medicine 

AUina Family Medicine 
Residency Program 
St. Paul, Minnesota 

Mark Goldstein 

Emergency Medicine 
Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Britt Gonsoulin 

Psychiatry 

Univ. of Washington 
AffiUated Hospitals 
Seattle, Washington 

John GonsouHn 

Psychiatry 

Univ. of Washington 
Affiliated Hospitals 
Seattle, Washington 



Amy Gordon 

Inlernal Medicine 

Northwestern McCaw/NMH/VA 
Chicago, Illinois 

Meisha Graham 

Pediatrics 

Univ. ot Tennessee College of 

Medicine 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Joseph Gresens 

Internal Medicine 

Naval Medical Center 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

Astrid Gutierrez - Zepeda 

Pediatrics 

Univ. of Tennessee College of 

Medicine 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Lauren Haddad 

Pediatrics 

Univ. of Tennessee College of 

Medicine 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Heather Halton 

Emergency Medicine 
LSU School of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Charlene Hauser 

General Surgery 

Eastern Virginia Med. School 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Henry Hefler 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Sara Helmig 

Pediatrics 

Univ. ot Texas Southwestern 
Medical School 
Dallas, Texas 

Wayne Homan 

Surgery 

National Naval Med. Center 
Bethesda, Maryland 

Benjamin Jabara 

Transitional 

Madigan Army Med. Center 
Tacoma, Washington 



Elizabeth Jensen 

Psychiatry 

Tulane Univ. Sch. ot Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Jonathan Joliat 

Internal Medicine 

William Beaumont Hospital 
Royal Oak, Michigan 

Catherine Jones 

Family Medicine 

Univ. of New Mexico School 
of Medicine 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Ty Jones 

Pathology 

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical 

Center 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Michael Brian Kelly 

Psychiatry 
NYU School of Medicine 
New York, New York 

Michael James Kelly 

Transitional 

Dwight D. Eisenhower Army 

Med. Center 

Ft. Gordon, Georgia 
Radiology 

Medical College of Georgia 

Augusta, Georgia 

Raj Keriwala 

Internal Medicine 

Univ. of Texas Southwestern 
Medical School 
Dallas, Texas 

Kyu Chan Kim 

Internal Medicine 

Temple University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Laura Kiszkiel 

Obstetrics - Gynecology 
Univ. of Florida College of 
Medicine 
Gainesville, Florida 

Daniel Kravitz 

Transitional 

Carilion Clinic 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Ophthalmology 

Mayo School of Graduate 

Medical Education 

Rochester, Minnesota 



Anna Lara 

Pediatrics 

Univ. of Alabama - Birmingham 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Diego Lara 

Pediatrics 

Univ. of Alabama - Birmingham 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Ravinder Legha 

Transitional 

St. Vincent's Hospital 

New York, New York 
Radiology - Diagnostic 

Univ. of Texas - Houston 

Houston, Texas 

Ariane Lewis 

Neurology 

NYP Hospital - Weill Cornell 
Medical Center 
New York, New York 

Christine Lin 

Pathology 

Univ. of Florida College of 

Medicine 

Gainesville, Florida 

Joshua Linnell 

Surgery - Plastic Surgery 

Univ. of Kansas Sch. of Medicine 
Kansas City, Kansas 

Jenelle Little 

Pediatrics 

Mercer Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
Savannah, Georgia 

Rachel Littrell 

Emergency Medicine 
LSU School of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Gerald Liu 

Surgery- - Preliminary 

William Beaumont Hospital 
Royal Oak, Michigan 

Marlow Macht 

Emergency Medicine 

Denver Health Med. Center 
Denver, Colorado 

Priya Mahajan 

Pediatrics 

Children's Hospital - Orange County 
Orange, California 



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Anjali Malik 

Radiology - Diagnostic 

Univ. of Texas Southwestern 
Medical School 
Dallas, Texas 

Nitin Mariwalla 

Surgery' - Preliminary 

Emory' Univ. Sch. ot Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Neurosurgery 

Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 

John Marker 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Richard Marshall 

Radiology - Diagnostic 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Angela McCormick 

Emergency Medicine 

Resurrection Medical Center 
Chicago, Illinois 

Mary McDonald 

Pathology 

Thomas Jefferson University 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Nikol McDonald 

Obstetrics - Gynecology 
St. John Hospital 
Detroit, Michigan 

Jennifer Meyer 

Internal Medicine 

Univ. of Tennessee College of 

Medicine 

Memphis, Tennessee 

David Miller 

Internal Medicine 

Univ. of Chicago Med. Center 
Chicago, Illinois 

Angel Mister 

Family Medicine 

Jackson - Madison County 
General Hospital 
Jackson, Tennessee 

Christian Montegut 

Family Medicine 

East Jefferson General Hosp. 
Metairie, Louisiana 



Robert Moore 

Emergency Medicine 

Christus Spohn Memorial Hosp. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

Peter Moulder 

Internal Medicine 

Temple University Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Diana Moustoukas 

Pediatrics 

Univ. of Alabama - Birmingham 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Daniel Murariu 

General Surgery' 
Univ. of Hawaii 
Honolulu, Hawaii 

Lee Nakamura 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Radiology - Diagnostic 

Univ. of Texas Med. Branch 

Galveston, Texas 

Kimberly Neathamer 

Obstetrics - Gynecology 

Earl K. Long Med. Center Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana 

Quan Nguyen 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Kaiser Permanente 

Oakland, California 
Radiology - Diagnostic 

SUNY Health Science Center 

Brooklyn, New York 

Torrence Nicholson 

Family Medicine 

UAB/Selma Family Medicine 
Residency Program 
Selma, Alabama 

Sepehr Oliaei 

Otolaryngology 

UC Irvine Medical Center 
Orange, California 

Phillip Parry 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Univ. of Pittsburgh Med. Center 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Neurosurgery 

Univ. of Pittsburgh Med. Center 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



Philip Patten 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Pedro Paz 

Pediatrics 

UC Irvine Medical Center 
Orange, California 

Brian Peterson 

Neurology 

Univ. of Alabama - Birmingham 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Michael Prejean 

Anesthesiology 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Vijay Raja 

Internal Medicine 

Univ. of Texas Southwestern 
Medical School 
Dallas, Texas 

Zakir Rangwala 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Santa Barbara Cottage Hosp. 

Santa Barbara, California 
Anesthesiology 

UC San Diego Med. Center 

San Diego, California 

Jeffrey Ratusznik 

Surgery - Preliminary 
Univ. of Missouri 
Columbia, Missouri 

Jeffrey Rau 

General Surgery 

LSU School of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Michael Reader 

General Surgery 

Univ. of Florida College of 

Medicine 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Sara Reader 

Emergency Medicine 

Univ. of Florida College of 

Medicine 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Dorian Reid 

Orthopaedics 

Univ. of Missouri - Kansas City 
Kansas City, Missouri 



Jeannie Rhee 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Univ. of Illinois College of 

Medicine 

Chicago, Illinois 
Neurology 

Univ. of Illinois College of 

Medicine 

Chicago, Illinois 

Paul Richard 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Univ. of Pittsburgh Med. Center 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Neurosurgery 

Univ. of Pittsburgh Med. Center 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Bryan Rimel 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

John Roberts 

Psychiatry 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Matthew Rose 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Univ. of Texas - Houston 

Houston, Texas 
Radiology - Diagnostic 

Baylor College of Medicine 

Houston, Texas 

Anna Rosenbaum 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Univ. of Maryland Med. Center 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Neurology 

Univ. of Maryland Med. Center 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Lipi Roy 

Internal Medicine 

Duke University Hospital 
Durham, North Carolina 

Kaveh Sadigh 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Amanda Sampey 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Anesthesiology 

Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 



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Medicine - Preliminary 

Univ. ot Florida College ot 

Medicine 

Gainesville, Florida 
Radiiilogy - Diagnostic 

Univ. ot Florida College ot 

Medicine 

Gainesville, Florida 

Andrew Schutzbank 

Internal Medicine 

Beth Israel Deaconess Med. Center 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Andrew Sholl 

Pathology 

Univ. of Colorado School of 
Medicine - Denver 
Denver, Colorado 

Lindsay Sikora 

Pediatrics 
Jackson Memorial Hospital 
Miami, Florida 

Scott Simpson 

Pediatrics 

Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Rebecca Sjostrom 

Orthopaedic Surgery 

Univ. of Colorado School of 
Medicine - Denver 
Denver, Colorado 

Brian Stewart 

Pediatrics 

Univ. ot Texas Medical 
School - Houston 
Houston, Texas 

Chrsitopher Sugalski 

Surgery - Preliminary 

Brooke Army Medical Center 
San Antonio, Texas 

Melissa Sugar 

Internal Medicine 

Univ. of Utah Affiliated Hosp. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

John Sullivan 

Emergency Medicine 

Univ. of Alabama - Birmingham 
Birmingham, Alabama 



Scott Tanaka 

Orthopaedics 

Atlanta Medical Center 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Andrew Tarleton 

Orthopaedics Surgery 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Michael Tees 

Internal Medicine 
NYU School of Medicine 
New York, New York 

Ajay Tejwani 
Transitional 

Lemuel Shatcuck Hospital 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 
Radiation Oncology 

NY Methodist Hospital 

Brooklyn, New York 

Raleigh Todman 

Emergency Medicine 

Hosp. of the Univ. of Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Diane Trieu 

Medicine - Preliminary 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Scott Tucker 

Orthopaedics 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Robert Turelli 

Emergency Medicine 

Yale - New Haven Hospital 
New Haven, Connecticut 

Beryle Van Anda 

Family Medicine 

Mountain Area Health 
Education Center 
Asheville, North Carolina 

Alfred Vichot 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane Univ. Sch. ot Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Gregory Vidal 

Internal Medicine 

Stanford University Programs 
Palo Alto, California 



Kevin Wellen 

Psychiatry 

Vanderhilt Univ. Med. Center 
Nashville, Tennessee 

Laura Westerfield 

Family Medicine 

Univ. of Alabama School 
of Medicine - Huntsville 
Huntsville, Alabama 

Seamus Whelton 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane Univ. Sch. of Medicine 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Ray Worthy 

Psychiatry 

Med. College of S. Carolina 
Charleston, South Carolina 

Edwin Wu 

Emergency Medicine 
Mt. Sinai Hospital 
New York, New York 

Steven Yevich 

Medicine - Preliminary 

UC San Diego Med. Center 

San Diego, California 
Radiology - Diagnostic 

Baylor College of Medicine 

Houston, Texas 

Briana Zachary 

Medicine - Primary' 

Virginia Mason Med. Center 
Seattle, Washington 



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Susan Brim 

Chevelle Brudey 

Robert Carruthers 

MoUie Dahlgren 

Melissa DeVito 

Annelies DeWulf 

Meryle Eklund 

Misty EUiott'Ghere 

Kyle Fargen 

Drina Freitas 

Shane Gailushas 

Jennifer Galjour 

Britt Gonsoulin 

Elizabeth Jensen 

Daniel Kravitz 

Diego Lara 

Joshua Linnell 

Anjali Malik 

David Miller 

Diana Moustoukas 

Lee Nakamura 

Sepehr Oliaei 

Matthew Rose 

Andrew Schutzbank 

Andrew Tarleton 



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IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. ..IF NO ONE ELSE CAN HELP. ..AND IF YOU 
CAN FIND THEM. ..MAYBE YOU CAN HIKE... 

THE T-TEAM 




Proven leadership. Proven ability. Proven Photoshop skillz. 

Tulane SOM Class of 2008 Officers 
Scott "Hannibal" Simpson, President 
Amy "Allen" Gordon, Vice-President 

Vijay "Face" Raja, Treasurer 
Jim "Murdock" Giddings, Secretary 



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Benjamin Sachs, M.D., FACP 

Senior Vice President and Interim Dean 




Mark Kahn, M.D. 

Senior Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs 




Ernest Sneed, M.D. 

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs 




N. Kevin Krane, M.D., FACP 

Vice Dean for Academic Affairs 




Barbara Beckman, Ph.D. 

Assistant Dean for Admissions 




Rondel Frank, M.A. 

Director and Registrar 



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LAURA ERIN BORCHERT 

Good work done. Good work to come. Yay! 
Love from Mom and Dad, John, Charlie, Willson 




yoQ reseaeJ iwe fropo the 

piTt o?your li?e. "Vamk you 
for feeing iwy fcest frieDcf 

s>DGf I'lvCsO'S tefelDg CsTTS of 

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Lo-^e, 
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j)roud of you. 

your JamiCy 



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ad\/iot to reoeiA/t graduates., "L^ve 
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Co m.-peteiA.ce Ls « rcire com,m.odi.tM 
LiA. this daij a\A.d «ge. AiA.d Let the 
chips f a LL where they i/vt«y." youc'LL 
do grecit! we're so proutd of you.. 

Love, 
The F«m, 







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"YOU DON'T STOP LAUGHING WHEN YOU GET OLD. 
YOU GET OLD WHEN YOU STOP LAUGHING." 
--Dr. Ari 



Ariane Lewis, you've had an incredible four years: 



Learning 


Eating 


Wishing 


Loving 


Smiling 


Driving 


Living 


Growing 


Friending 


Partying 


Testing 


M&Ming 


Studying 


Doctoring 


Understanding 


Grieving 


Flying 


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Sistering 


Quartering 


Houstoning 


Packing 
Laughing 


Interviewing 



We couldn't be more prouding. 
Mom, Dad, Amanda, and Sam 



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Josh 



To say that the last four years were eventful would be a gross misrepresentation of what you 

and the Class of 2008 have been through. It is obvious that you have all overcome some 

pretty tough obstacles to get where you are today. The Tulane Class of 2008 should be 

especially proud to stand up together at graduation, as you have stood together in the face of 

adversity like no other recent class from Tulane School of Medicine has had to do. We are all 

extremely proud of your accomplishments. 





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Josh we are very proud of you and what you have been able to do in the last four years. We all 
know that you would have not been able to do all of this without your wife Amanda. She has been 

there for you and we all appreciate her support and the part she has played in this four year 

journey. You have made some wonderful friends along the way and should cherish their friendship 

for many years to come as you all follow different roads for the next few years. 



'am 








Congratulations, You have overcome the challenges that you faced, and despite those obstacles you 
achieved your life long goal to become a doctor. Dr. Joshua David Linnell . We love you and are 

very proud of you. 

Jim and Peggy Erxleben Mom and Dad Debbie Erxleben 

Grandma and Grandpa Noone Jacob 



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Cong 




Dr. Ronald McLendon, Jr. ! 





We are very proud of you! 

Love, Mom & Dad 



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Kimbizrly, 

©szhind you, all your m^moriszs, 

Bizforsz you, all your dreams. 

t^round you, all who lovsz; you. 

Within you, all you nmd. 

Congratulations, 
W?; arsz §o proud of youl 

fill our lovsz, 

Mami &papi 

find your ^ntirsz fan^ily 




Kinib(2rly, 

yoa'\?(^ bs2(2n my big sistizr 
through out thsz ygars, 

Wiz'vg laughgd tog2;ths2r 
find shizd somg tfsars. 

Wsz'vg had harsh words, 
find pullgd i,om^ hair 
But against thg world 
Wiz arjz a tgrrijic pair. 



Congratulations, 
f)r. Isyly!! 

I loV(2 you! 
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Scotty, my big brother, 

Congratulalions! The stqis that got you 
here have been an adventure for all of us. It all 
began with you insisting on giving me my rubber 
band "inoculations" in elementary school, then it 
was worrying about whether you would actually lock 
me in my locker in high school, next it was losing 
our appetites during dinner when you taught us all 
you had learned about microbiology at CSU. Then 
we watched with sad yet happy hearts as your truck 
turned the comer at the end of the street taking you 
to NOLA. Eating alligator sausage with you in the 
French Quarter, laughing (and my crying) our way 
through India, watching proudly as the professors 
tried to figure out how to give you your coat at the 
White Coat Ceremony. Crying with you after 
hurricane Katrina, hearing about the first baby you 
delivered and the first patient you lost. It has been a 
long journey to get here and 1 look forward to going 
through the next adventures with you. 
Dr. Potty, BFO, I cannot tell you how proud 1 am of 
you and how lucky I am to be your sister. 

I love you! 

Cheryl Barrel 



Congratulations, Scott, on graduating from 
Med school. I know this has meant years 
of study and hard work on your part and 
it's an achievement you can be proud of 
Love and best wishes. 
Aunt Marge 
Scott, 

Congratulations on a job well done. 
I am reminded of a quote by 
Desmond Tutu which says 
"You are a wonderful 
person - become what you are" 
Love, 

Uncle Norm 
Scott, 

You are the first person 
in our family to graduate from 
Medical School. You've 
spent 22 short years following your 
calling and the love of your life's work 
to be. You have always been a hearty 
partier and an extremely hard worker. 
You have the ability to know the 
difference and keep the two separated. 
May you keep your love for your 
vocation and may it never 
become work for you. We 
are all very proud of you! 
Uncle Fred and family 

Scott: 

Congratulations! Way to go! 
1 am truly proud of you. 1 can 
only imagine how tough and 
long med school is. That is a 
huge accomplishment and you 
should feel proud and relieved 
too. All of your hard work will 
pay oflf down the road. Do 
well in your residency! 
Love, 
Dave 
P.S. If you need any kids to 
do research on, let me know. 
I know where you can get two! 

Scott, 

I wish you the best as you go forth. 
Congratulations! 
Love, Dan 




Looking toward the future. 



Scott: 

When you were about 12 years old 
And had that long gash in your leg. 
You watched the doctor stitch it up 
And were fascinated as he pointed 
Out the different layers of skin. That 
Should have been our 1" clue as to 
Where you were headed. 
Congratulations on yet another great 
Accomplishment. I love you. 
Your proud Dad 

Scott: 

Years ago you set your sights and pinned 
your dreams on a star and that star 
continues to shine brilliantly. 
Congratulations on your graduation from 
med school, words can't convey my 
admiration and love for you and what you 
have done! You have already accomplished 
what most people only dream of doing and 
you have done it your way!! 
All my love. Mom 

Scott, 

We have always had special thoughts 
for you since you were a little boy. 
We like your gentle ways and appreciated 
the way you liked to leam new things. 
You always had an underlying self 
confidence that was never about yourself 
and being comfortable with who you are. 
These traits have developed over the years 
and made you into the man you are today. 
A big, tall, loving, caring nephew who we 
are so happy for. . . .you have worked very 
hard to become a Doctor, but you are much 
more than just a title, you are a complete 
person with a lot to offer to all who are 
lucky enough to know you. We love you, 
we are proud of you, we pray for a happy 
and fulfilling life for yoiL 
All our love. 

Uncle Larry and Aunt Karen 
Scott: 
We couldn't be more proud of you. 
We are just amazed at all the 
accomplishments you've made 
over these years and have absolutely 
no doubt that the medical profession 
is receiving a tremendous doctor! 
The best of luck to you in the future! 

Love, Cousin Katherine, Bru, 
Kari, Jaycie and Baylie 
Scott: 

I could not possibly express my pride 
when talking about you as a friend. 
Your accomplishments have been 
phenomenal. Growing up together 
I always knew of you as a kind and 
gentle soul, someone I could relate to. 
You've taken that "I'm too shy for 
sleepovers" character and opened 
yourself to the entire world, by 
displaying yourself as a huge 
contributor and friend to all people 
atoimd you. You now hold the tools 
and theory to do exactly what you've 
desired— help others. I can't wait to 
see what lies ahead and look forward 
to spending time with you as a playmate 
and friend in our adult years. 
Your friend always, 
Greg 



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then Scott I look forward to being kind hearted, 
open minded, dam smart and loved! 
Sorry, you'll have to get the looks from my 
company. Congratulations my friend, love you!" 
Nate 

"Our greatest glory is not in never falling 
but in rising every time we fall." 

- Confucius 
May you always rise to the occasion! 
We celebrate this wonderful 
accomplishment with you and delight 
in the fiiture that is yours! 

Eric, Kristin, Kaleah, Ellie, 
Kendall and Evan 

Scott, 

It has been a true pleasure to know you 

throughout the years. To see you put so 

much time and dedication into your future 

is truly a beautiful thing. 1 am proud of what 

you have accomplished and hold you in the greatest 

esteem. You stand on the precipice of a bright, new, 

shiny future and 1 envy you for everything you will 

experience in your lifetime. It will be a hard, 

exciting, tense, life-changing, special time for you 

and I know it will be worth every hard fought piece 

of body and soul that you have expended getting 

there. Thank you for being the kind of person that I 

am proud to show my son as a role model - 

someone who set his eyes on a goal and makes sure 

that it is met. Cheers to you my friend. 

Congratulations. 

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DOC SARA 



You were just four when first you said, 

"A doctor shall I be." 
And Mom and 1 said to ourselves, 

"Well, we'll just wait and see." 

But as you grew in age and grace 

And went from grade to grade, 

Not for a moment did you change 

The "choice" that you had "made." 

From first grade on, you kept your course 
As on your way you went- 

Through middle school and high school years. 
We saw no change in bent. 

Once candy striper volunteer. 

At thirteen years of age. 
Then EMT technician-trained, 

Phlebotomist next stage. 

A stint as Nurse Assistant then. 

You added to the list, 
And Mom and I said to ourselves 

Perhaps we've got the gist. 

And yet we thought once college-bound. 
New choices you might find. 

But never through those college years. 

Did you once change your mind. 

One summer off you went to help 

In clinics for the poor; 
Nicaragua, Costa Rica, 

Determined and so sure. 



No hesitation did we see 

-Your applications flew 
To schools of medicine 

You thought were right for you. 

When next we blinked, off you had gone- 
Tulane had said "do come"; 

And here you are, four years now past, 
A doctor, and then some! 

For on the way you met a friend, 

A fellow-student who 
Decided that he liked your style. 

And so, proposed to you. 

And now two docs have we all got. 
The Doctors Reader who 

Shall surely make their healing mark. 
No longer one, but two. 

Are you the girl of only four, 

Who said to us long past, 

"A doctor shall I be one day", 

A day that's here at last. 

Our dearest Sara, Michael, too. 

We cannot tell you true 
The joy and pride that fills our hearts. 

On this great day-your due! 

Go forth, lockstep, to treat and heal. 

For you have sworn by oath, 
"To do no harm"' along the way. 

A bond that binds you both! 

CONGRATULATIONS! ! MOM AND DAD 



Our dearest Sara: No words can begin to express the joy, exhilaration, and pride that we feel on this wonderftil 
occasion! We have loved you from the first moment we held you as an infant, and feel so lucky that we were 
able to share so many happy days with you over the years. We have watched you grow, and rejoiced at each of 
your accomplishments up to this exciting time in your life! You are a gifted and compassionate woman who 
will make a terrific doctor! Your Grandpa Sam always knew you would do well, and we are aware that he 
continues to watch over you, looking down on you now with great pride and love. We know, too, that he is 
surely pleased with your wonderful husband, Michael, whose sense of humor would delight him. How quickly 
we have all came to love Michael, and have happily welcomed him into our family. We have double cause to 
rejoice as you both receive your MD degrees. Your dream, Sara, has come true because you worked so hard 
and diligently to make it happen. We know your lives together will be very fi-uitful. You and Michael both 
are very loving and will work hard as doctors to help those who come to you. 
Aunt Phyllis and Uncle Geoff 

Sara: I'm so happy for you on graduating and becoming a doctor. We're more than first cousins; you are the 
big sister I never had - 1 have always looked up to you. I wish that Mom were here to celebrate this wonderful 
day. Along with all of us, she would love Michael, too. Congratulations! Susie 

Sara: What a great day! I know your Aunt Judy is looking down, along with your Grandpa, and delighting in 
your accomplishment. 1 wish you and Michael much success. Uncle Irwin 



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Congratulations Scott! what an amazing four years it's been - Jazz Fest, Mardi Gras, a 
puppy, an evacuation, surprise visits from family and friends, Tahoe, St. John, trying 
out every restaurant in town, and of course med school, lots of highs and lows, but as 

long as I'm with you, that's all I need, i'm incredibly proud of your accomplishment and 

love you very much, xoxox kate 




What a journey; from your first haircut, to the prankster, to Colby, to Mr. MD. We are 
in awe and our hearts are bursting with pride and joy. Kate, thank you for your love 

and support. You are an amazing team. 

All our love and congratulations, 
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Nsn Money indicates: "The average cost ol raising a child 
in the united states is $250,000." 

So how come it cost soooooo much more to raise 
you?!? 

But, you were worth every penny. We are so proud ol 
your accompiishments. Good things do happen to good 
people. 

love, Mom & Dad 



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destination. 

Next came 'Knowledge' - ever growing - path 
provided - yet gained through dedication to work 
and determination to succeed. 
( 'Courage' joined -as you met each new 

i : adversity - as the path twisted and turned - 1 
a ' strength, character, and perseverance. 

Quietly without warning 'Compassion' came|_ 
jf' along - born of recognition - the needs of others - i'^JtZ. 
'' your gift to them. 

These companions arrived at the end of the I 
path in search of the ONE that could fulfill the] 
'Purpose'. The ONE is you, the path was yours, the 
companions are the essence of who you have^. 
become, and the 'Purpose' is that talent and gift you j 
s will share with others 

- Dr. James Robert Giddings. 

Your great achievement is magnified by the^ ^ ^^tf 
quality of your person. We can possess no greater SB Jtr^ 
. pride, no greater admiration and most of •=■" "'^ ' ^^ 
greater love than we have for you. 





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